Good evening, folks. I wanted to drop by for a very quick update on what follows our weekend rains. In addition to the late week system, I’m also watching the late Monday-early Tuesday system.
A disturbance dives into the region, producing a swath of light snow and snow showers by Monday afternoon. That lasts us through early Tuesday, and the models are a little better organized with the snow potential. Notice how northern and eastern Kentucky have increased totals on the Euro and GFS…
Some decent totals may fall across southern Ohio into West Virginia during this time. We will have to see if this thing continues to increase as we get closer.
The late week system continues to show a strong signal, but the extent of that signal is what we have to determine in the coming days. Can this produce a significant snow event across parts of our region? Absolutely. Will it? Obviously, that remains to be seen.
As mentioned earlier, the models are in the time period where they flip around a lot with any system, especially one like this.
The late afternoon GFS continues to show our rain to snow event…
I leave you with your soggy Saturday evening rain trackers…
Have a great evening and take care.